Monday
April 21, 2014

Homework Help: math

Posted by Christina on Friday, October 26, 2012 at 7:15pm.

A child has a large supply of dominoes, each of which measures 16 millimeters by 88 millimeters. She wants to lay them out to form a solid square, and she wants them all to be laid out horizontally. What will be the dimensions of the smallest square that she can form, and how many dominoes will it require?

Answer this Question

First Name:
School Subject:
Answer:

Related Questions

Mircoeconomics: Elasticity - Please help! I have a mid-term test in a couple of ...
Economics quick question - Could you check these please thanks. A --------- is a...
ap world - The succesful completion of large builing projects bt the olmec was ...
Math - Explain how a child who has not yet developed base-ten concepts ...
ECE - 1.when a child hits another child because he is angry, the best way to ...
ece - On the Child Development Checklist, you've checked the item "Spends time ...
child care - When a preschool child experiences sadness, the best way for a ...
algebra 2 - A garden supply store sells two types of lawn mowers. The cashiers ...
algebra 2 - A garden supply store sells two types of lawn mowers. The cashiers ...
URGENT: Please help with Physics - Suppose the mass of each of two spherical ...

Search
Members